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that according to the chief of police. the latest arrest came in an apartment overnight when s.w.a.t. teams went in. about 6:30 last night, an undercover plain clothed police officer was following up on a shooting sunday on seminary avenue when he got into some sort of confrontation with several people. he was shot in the arm and that immediately set off a massive man hunt. the chief says that officer did not have a chance to fire back and it's unclear if the suspects knew that the officer was a policeman, but they did arrest at least the two earlier and they recovered guns. >> unclear at this point because of the, how close this incident is taking place. whether or not these firearms are related to the shooting involved last night. we are collecting evidence. we are also conducting, we have written several search warrants in order to search residents and
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recover warrants. we're continuing that search today. >> reporter: this comes at a very critical time. the oakland city council may spend over a million dollars to bring on a crime consultant, brill bratton. members of the public safety commission and police chief were shouted down. the committee said yes, but i spoke to some activists this morning who said this would lead to racial profiling here in oakland. now, the chief has said he wouldn't support any policies that would violate people's rights, but he said now more than ever he thinks bill bratton is the right man for the job. >> thank you very much. also from oakland, oakland city council considering a graffiti enforcement ordnance. the ordnance, which received preliminary approval last month, seeks harsher penalties for
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taggers. the new fine on businesses that failed to remove graffiti within 15 days. the city council now expected to take a final vote on the issue tonight. in brentwood now, four teenagers have been seriously injured after being shot during a drive by shooting. they range in age from 13 to 16 years old. police say all four were standing on the sidewalk near a home on bretton drive when someone in a passing car began shooting. the four victims are expected to survive. police describe the car as a white or late modelleded four-door sedan. >> a total of three suspects under arrest, accused of kidnapping a man from his home at gunpoint. petaluma police spotted suspects in a car leaving the the victim's home on 6th street. they also found a loaded handgun and some meth. the three suspects are being
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held on $5 million bail. in the south bay, an elderly couple tied up while their home is ransacked and now, the search is on for the robbers who got away in their vick titims cars. it happened near leeland high school, a normally safe area that's become a very nervous neighborhood. how is the couple holding up this morning? >> reporter: well, we're told by police that the couple is doing fine physically. i'm sure they have some emotional wounds they're still recovering from. now, we're at the interaction of brett hart drive and camden avenue. leyland high school is only one block away. now, this is a very quiet neighborhood, but today, it seems more wary, especially when it comes to strangers. now, just before 7:00 last night, three men broke into the home of an elderly couple on the 6700 block of brett hart drive.
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they tied up the couple, a 76-year-old woman and 73-year-old man. one of the tied up victims was able to get loose, go to a neighbor's home and then call for help. it is an unsettling event for a neighborhood that rarely experiences any kind of crime. >> freaked me out and scared me. i think like everyone, it's not the type of thing that we expect and i don't know how they p profiled or how they were chosen and that's frightening. >> their nerves were shot. they're shocked, but they're holding up pretty well. >> now, as of this morning, police are still looking for the couple's cars. one of them is a 1997 tan toyota camry, 3ung960. the other is a 2007 green toyota high lander and it's license
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plate is 5xiu520. at last word, the couple is doing okay. the police department's robbery unit has taken over the investigation. san francisco police are hoping a distinct surveillance video will help lead them to a pair of bank robbers. the suspects held employees at gunpoint was clearly visible wearing a black orlando magic baseball hat and a striped button up shirt. the accomplice guarded the entrance while he stole the money. it happened on the 600 block of gary boulevard. the two got away in a dark colored vehicle. a special community meeting being held and set up to talk about arming some san francisco police officers with tasers. chief greg sir wants to give about 100 officers those weapons
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in conjunction with new training on how to deal with mentally ill suspects. sir first introduced that proposal after an officer shot and killed a man armed carrying a box cutter last year. opponents of the plan say even though tasers are considered non lethal, they can be deadly. the sfpd not currently using tasers. caltran's crews are working to repair sections of the bay bridge damaged when an ail tanker hit a tower this month. our chop you are flew overhead as the work began this morning. the agency is sending as much $3 million in taxpayer money. officials say the actual pier is not damagede ed
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officials say the actual pier is not damagede e officials say the actual pier is not damagede ed officials say the actual pier is not damagede damaged. the work is expected to last four and a half months. caltran may be able to recoup some of the money pending the investigations. next, this couch now simply just a piece of charred rubble after a fire sated at a furniture outlet in fremont. firefighters say a working sprinkler system was able to keep the flames from spreading further. the goal of making east bay residents feel safe for another public meeting to explain the impact of closing several fire stations. officials will meet with walnut creek residents tonight. they're expected to discuss the closure of fire station 4 and how services will be impacted. four stations in walnut creek, clayton and lafayette will be shut down as part of a county wide plan to trim a $17 million budget gap.
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some lucky 49ers fans now know they're eligible to buy tickets to the super bowl. >> they sent out e-mails this morning letting them know they're now eligible. every season ticketholder was entered into a random drawing. you've got to get picked to get tickets. the team says it does not plan to sell any individual tickets and the ones after you get picks, they're expensive. >> a couple of grand? >> a couple of grand. that's face virtualue. >> we meet back here every day around 11:09 and i have good news for you today. less than two weeks away now from that super bowl and we are done with with the super weather for now. we've got some changes, immediate changes in the forecast. but i think we're going to clear you out just in time. 11:09 now, beautiful day shaping up. you can se see temperatures tum where we are now, that's about
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as warm as it's going to get over the course of the weekend, so enjoy the day while it lasts. 57 degrees now in beautiful san jose. clouds increase close to 70 degrees. mostly dry conditions. light to moderate showers on the way for the second half of the day and then we're going to cool you off and open up that storm window even more. so make sure you're ready. get that umbrella handy. i know you don't need one, but just in case. >> this hair just stays in place. enjoy. thank you very much. still to come, rescuers race to free a dog stranded on a frozen pond. we'll show you how this frightening situation came to an aend. and this woman is speaking out. she's the woman who was used to trick manti te'o. you'll only see this here on nbc. new ways to cut to the line as you're waiting for your airplane. that's ahead in business news.
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we are following breaking news out of texas. a shooting at lone star college. multiple people have been shot. no word yet on the extent of their injuries. we know people have been taken to the hospital. officials also saying that at least one person has been detained. investigators have not said if they believe there is more than one shooter involved. so we are following this situation just north of houston. lone star college. multiple people shot. at least one person taken into custody. of course, we will keep our eye on this developing story in texas to bring you the latest. in hayward, a long list of high-end cars ripped off from dealership. the suspect managed to drive off with at least a dozen cars. that happened at auto world in award yesterday. the thieves broke open the gate,
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then into the office where they found the keys. surveillance tapes show four or five people involved in this heist. so far, just one of the 12 cars has been recovered. and now, a 23-year-old woman says her picture was used without her permission to dupe manti te'o is now speaking out exclusively to the today show. she says a former classmate used her identity and used it to trick te'o into thinking she was another woman. >> i had called and not only confessed, but he has also apologized, but i don't think there's anything he can say to me that would fix this. >> te'o insists he was not aware of the prank claims he is a victim of the prank. today marks president obama's first full workday of
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his second tomorrow. >> there is a lot of work ahead before getting back to the multiple agendas on capitol hill, the morning starts with prayer and song at the washington national kcathedral. the president and vice president taking part in the traditional post inaugural prayer service. this one is a long time tradition dating all the way back to the days of george washington's presidency. turnout for yesterday's presidential inauguration actually exceeding the expectations. organizers say an estimated 1 million people were on the national mall as the president was sworn in. they had predicted the number would be closer to 800,000. if you recall, about 1.8 million people attended president obama's first inauguration in 2009. and today marks the 40th anniversary of roe versus wade. the 1974 supreme court decision that established a right to abortion. four decades later, a new poll finds the majority of people
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support legalized abortion. according to the poll, a whopping 70% say roe v. wade should not be overturned and 54% of americans say abortion should be legal either always or most of the time. well, arnold schwarzenegger has a new movie out, but the former california governor making more headlines for revealing he's hoping to get back together with his estranged wife. last year, maria shriver filed for divorce after schwarzenegger admitted to fathering a child with his housekeeper. last night, he says he did spend christmas with his children and shriver saying quote, we're not fighting any war and he's still in love and hopes for a reconciliation. here at home, several of the south bay's biggest companies show their investors the money. >> yes, right, google today and then apple tomorrow.
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for years, tech was the economy's savior. things could be gloomy all over, we'd be this bright light that couldn't be hidden, but tech has not led the way this time around. intel led us off with disappointing results and there's lots of results that could say apple is not as strong as hoped on wednesday. bloomberg even going so far as to suggest profits failed to grow for the first time in ten years. cnbc reports this morning microsoft may be involved in a deal to help take computer maker dell private. not as a buyer per se, but as an investor. microsoft rescued apple from its low point with a big injection of cash and southwest this morning said it will offer last minute line upgrades at the gate to travelers stuck back in the b and c lines. you pay $40 and you're bumped up to business select. right now, you could put yourself near the front of the
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line with something called early bird. that's $10. it checks you in automatically and gets you that a ticket, but you have to do that ahead of time when you get the ticket. this new system will allow you to upgrade at the gate at the last minute. >> appreciate the update. also, an investigation forcing all nippon airways to cancel flights through january 28th. the airline says more cancellations are very possible. the faa grounding every boeing 787 dreamliner last week after the string of problems. ana has rebooked current passengers on flights that will go out of san francisco international. if you happen to be flying today, not a bad day to do it. pretty clear skies. thanks for another nice day. john likes it as well. i've done my part. good morning to you. yeah, it's a really great day. you want to put all things into
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perspective and we've got rain tomorrow when we meet back here. haven't had to do much of that this month. 57 degrees. 55 degrees this morning in gilroy. your future cast tells the story of the day. we'll see clouds increase. by 4:00 p.m., partly to mostly cloudy conditions, but highs are going to be comfortable for one more day. get it while it's warm. 69 for santa cruz and 67 in redwood city. want to point out a couple of things here. as you can see, high pressure taking the storm track way to the north. you can see this area of clearing. that's high pressure over the western united states. area of low pressure arrives tonight. front kind of breaks apart, so we're not expecting a lot of rain, but you will need that umbrella wednesday. temperatures will drop off, so you'll need that coat as well. we start the clock on the future
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cast at 2:00 p.m., starting to get our first shower. continue until about 5:00 p.m. the brunt of the moisture comes through about 5:00 and 7:00 and then clear you out just in time for 11:00 p.m. wednesday. then a nice, dry finish on thursday, but more rain right around the corner friday into the upcoming weekend with with the jet stream to our south. fair game for showers. got a 20 to 30% chance friday, saturday, sunday, monday, tuesday, even wednesday. so seize the day. back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. getting the umbrella dusted off. just ahead, another reason to stick with that new year's resolution about losing weight. we'll tell you about the link between obesity and deadly car crashes. look at this video. man's best friend trapped on a frozen pond. we'll show you how the situation came to an end. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits.
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a dog was trapped in the middle of a frozen harbor. this was from chicago this morning. took them more than two hours to rescue the dog because the officers had to tether themselves and slide carefully across that ice. they finally were able to get the dog this morning. just to kind of make it worse was the coldest in chicago in two years. windchill hovering around 10 degrees. >> i hope he's okay. a new uc berkeley study finds obese adults are more likely to die in a car crash. researchers used drivers license information to categorize drivers based on their weight. they found obese adults were 20% more likely to die in a car crash that normal weight adults. drivers who were extremely obese were 50% more likely to die.
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the researchers suspect vehicle design may play a role, as well as the fact obese adults are likely in worse shape than others. it's been said sometimes it's better to look good than feel good, well, this might help you out. still ahead, first family fashion. the obamas inauguration outfits have a lot of people talking and buying. we'll be right back to tell you about it. [ female announcer ] safeway presents
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only at safeway. ingredients for life. this is video just into our news room. the arrest the s.w.a.t. team has made within the last area. a total of four people were taken out of that home in handcuffs. that scene playing out after a shootinging yesterday on seminary drive that injured an undercover police officer. right now, a total of six people in custody with connection with the officer involved shooting. we will continue to follow that
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breaking news and bring you more information when it becomes available. >> the officer is now out of the hospital recovering. >> very, very good news. finally, the first family showed up to the inauguration in style and now, people across the country are trying to duplicate that style. >> the first lady and her daughters sporting a lot of j. crew, but unfortunately, if you want to pieces they wore, you might be too late. malia's plum colored coat now available in size 0. might work for you, marla. the first lady's metallic pumps available in 9.5 or 10. the rhinestone belt out of stock. the outfits are headed to the archives. >> thanks for being with us.
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are you makin' waffles? no, quiet. somebody is, and the maple syrup smells delicious. (woman on tv) jack russell terrier?
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(second woman) no, i can't get a dog. (woman) you should. a dog'll change your life. hey, i just wanted to make sure you're practicing your rerun dance for the what's happening sketch. i'm trying, liz lemon, but i can't concentrate. somebody on my block is making waffles, and it's makin' me horny! wait, you smell maple syrup too? you live all the way in jersey. that's weird. [beep] hold on. [beep] hello? do you smell maple syrup? yes! don't panic, lemon. it's probably not a chemical attack. what do you mean "probably"? it's probably just a strange wind pattern coming off those factories in staten island, where food flavors are made. i don't think it's northrax. what's northrax? it's a chemical agent we sold to the saudis in the 1980s. it smells exactly like maple syrup. but i don't think this is it. well, how do you know? because northrax kills you within ten seconds. okay, i'll talk to you tomorrow. [exciting jazz music]
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